A Rosemont mom took her two daughters to a local grocery store on Sunday, but it wasn't on a shopping trip, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department.
Clara L. Williams stole a backpack and other school supplies worth about $50 from the Save Mart on Kiefer Boulevard Sunday evening, accompanied by her 10 and 12-year-old daughters, department spokesman Dep. Jason Ramos said.
According to a sheriff's department crime log, Williams stuffed some items in a backpack and left the store. Once outside, she was confronted by two employees.
The 31-year-old mom allegedly tried to fight off the employees, and fled the scene. The employees were able to retrieve her backpack full of stolen goods, the crime log states.
Sheriff's deputies later found Williams "hiding under a bed in her residence."
She was released from jail on bail Tuesday, but is currently facing four misdemeanor charges: petty theft, assault, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and resisting arrest. Her next court date is Tuesday.